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New Bootlegged GradingMovies & Music have gotten so bad and redundant that we're adding grades and it won't be pretty. Let's not get things confused as grades are not always reflective of blades. All reviews will have these grades so things will get interesting. Here's a quick rundown of what the grades will be.
A is for Awesome. If the movie is on point it will get the top grade. From what we've seen so far most films & albums will never see this.
B is for Beware of a potentially bad film or album. Some of these type films & albums are becoming novelties and some have become classics. Regardless, the Suck-Ass Level can go either way.
C is for Crazy or Crappy that this film/album got made. For those films/albums that weren't B material they get the C stamp. These films are so horrible that even the actors/artists don't believe the scripts they read or the lyrics they sing.
WTF is for What The Fuck were you thinking? This is for the worst films/albums ever made, the shock that they were made, and the shock that someone asked for money from viewers/listeners. It's the grade that will be used when even the reviewer is questioning their own sanity for viewing the Crap Fest on Screen or burned to a disc.
These grades could get switched around without notice. You may even be shocked by some of the grades handed out or perhaps you'll totally agree. Either way, here goes!
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
2011/03/18 | 10:08 am
Kicking off this new segment for Bootlegged Reviews is the song Ah, Yeah! submitted by the indie artist, Flawless. This pop/dance single that has what it takes to get a party started and has a professional feel that many Indie projects lack. Coming from Queens, New York, Flawless shines on this track. Formerly signed to
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
Just when you thought it was safe to run around in the rain forest with a fig leaf tied to your ass they released a sequel to the film devoted to a man-eating snake. In this installment they decided to tell us why these creatures are so big. Yet they left out the explanation for the corniness of the script
This movie is about to be released as a sequel but it was better to relive the original for now. Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in this movie as the ass kicking soldier man, Major Alan “Dutch” Schaeffer, who was called in to help retrieve a fallen plane and the men aboard. However, things took a turn for the worse as lies were uncovered and a new threat was realized. Now fighting for his survival and the survival of his men, Schaeffer must figure out what’s in the jungle with them and how to defeat it. Arnold was so bad that he was good
Syfy has become the official joke of cable television especially since they insist on making horribly bad movies. These movies are so bad, one only watches when they are laying on their death bed, can’t find the remote control, suffering from the flu, the batteries in the remote are dead, or absolutely NOTHING else is on cable. I’m suffering from BOMMNISWTSHBTTES, the Bored Out of My Mind and Now I’m Stuck Waiting To See How Badly This Thing Ends Syndrome.
Open genetic discrimination is “against the law,” but the “valids” are given the best jobs while the “invalids” are left to do the menial work. The Valids are created through biometrics and the In-Valids are conceived “traditionally.”
Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig actually came through and gave good performances. Using more updated methods to spread the “virus,” Tucker Kaufman (Jeremy Northam) becomes a pivotal factor in changing most humans into pod people. Through the CDC he is able to gain easy access and impose rules for vaccinations. I could have done without the vomit scenes.
What stood out in this film was the fact that even though the invaders made the switch with their human counterparts, they still maintained some type of “realness.” They conducted themselves as though they were human and this fit into the realistic idea that it would be easy for them to blend in and take over. Dr. Miles Bennell and hi former flame, Becky Driscoll, were easily fooled when Wilma (Becky’s cousin) was convinced
Film: Invasion of the Body Snatchers Actor(s): Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Jeff Goldblum, Veronica Cartwright, Leonard Nimoy, Art Hindle Official Drop Date: December 20, 1978 Blades: 9.5 Review: The original version of “Invasion of the…
After reading the novel I decided to re-watch both Planet of the Apes together and the conclusion of both film were a miscarriage of justice to the novel. This flashback will encompass both versions of the theatrical misfits. We begin in stating that one screenwriter
A race of women have lived in relative peace for centuries. But strange forces have come through the ages to finish what it started. These women are unique in many respects, but none of their abilities can outweigh their ancient methods of reproduction. When We Were One takes readers on a tour through memories of days gone.